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TMI - The Episcopal School of Texas
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TMI cadets meet Colonel Cole, General Doolittle's co-pilot during the Tokyo Raid, at the National Museum of the Pacific War.
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Come support your varsity lacrosse team on Wednesday April 9th
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Senior Cole Solis won his third tournament of the season by 5 strokes at the Regents School of Austin Golf Tournament earlier this week; Solis had a final score of 70, which was 2 under par. The boys team placed 3rd with a score of 357. In the girls tournament, sophomore Griffin Foultz placed 4th with 94, and freshman Pauline Wholey placed 5th with 95.
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Senior Seeley Stephens will be starring in “Doo-Wop City,” a jukebox musical revue featuring doo-wop hits from the 1950s and ‘60s, through May 10 at the Harlequin Dinner Theater at Fort Sam Houston.

Performances are Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays; dinner starts at 6:30 p.m., show at 8 p.m. Reservations are required; call the theater at (210) 222-9694.
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Varsity soccer players named to All-State Teams were recognized in chapel this morning, go Panthers!

Boys -
Juan Carlos Merlo – All-State 2nd Team
Stephen Peace – All-State Honorable Mention
Girls –
Taylor Smithson – All-State 2nd Team
Melissa Schlosberg – All-State 2nd Team
Ana Kuri – All-State Honorable Mention
Katie Kuri – All-State Honorable Mention
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Congratulations to TMI junior DeAndre Wilson on being 1st runner up for Mr NAACP at the 15th Annual NAACP Image Awards @naacpimageaward
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TMI Freshman Alex Johnson wins third place in the VFW District 20 Voice of Democracy contest.
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Thank you Studio1u Photography for showing your Panther Pride and capturing some great photos of the varsity softball team in action at their game against Holy Cross!
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Junior Markell Henderson was awarded a Purple Heart Scholarship from the +AMCSUS for demonstrating “outstanding leadership, exceptional service and distinctive performance in all areas of cadet life and for valuable and unselfish support of Texas Military Institute.”
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Sophomore Griffin Foultz wins the Uvalde Lobos Invitational tournament with a score of 83; congratulations, Griffin!
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20955 W Tejas Trail San Antonio, TX 78257
20955 W Tejas TrailUSTXSan Antonio78257
High School, Private SchoolToday 7:30 am – 4:30 pm
Monday 7:30 am – 4:30 pmTuesday 7:30 am – 4:30 pmWednesday 7:30 am – 4:30 pmThursday 7:30 am – 4:30 pmFriday 7:30 am – 4:30 pmSaturday ClosedSunday Closed

Founded in 1893, TMI educates students in grades 6-12 and offers a complete college-preparatory program including honors and Advanced Placement courses, as well as a competitive athletic program. Students have the option to participate in the distinguished Junior ROTC program and boarding options are available for students in grades 8-12. During the summer months, TMI offers a full range of athletic and sports camps, along with an academic summer school program.

The mission of TMI is to provide an excellent educational community, with values based on the teachings of Jesus Christ, challenging motivated students to develop their full potential in service and leadership.

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Stephanie Livsey
reviewed 6 months ago
TMI is an amazing, close-knit community that helps students to reach new heights and realize their full-potential. Watching the students at the school thrive under the attentive faculty and administration is both motivating and inspiring. Students are able to experience a wide range of athletics; academic programs; extracurricular activities like robotics, debate, science club, and the school newspaper; and are mentored and guided to become strong servant leaders of our community as they graduate and move on to achieve their goals.
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